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Zach Plesac Says He's Been 'Dragged Across the Mud' for Breaking MLB COVID Rules

TMZ.com Thursday, 13 August 2020
Cleveland pitcher Zach Plesac says he's been wrongfully portrayed as a reckless monster for breaking MLB's COVID rules during a night out in Chicago ... insisting he was being safe the entire time. "The media's portraying me and my best friend and…
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